On July 1, 2007, your bedding choices were changed for you – forever. Since then, mattresses have been required to be flame retardant. This has been expanded to all forms of bedding (most notably, your pillowcases). Manufacturers have been adding flame-retardant chemicals to bedding in order to comply with the law.
Why should you be concerned?
These flame-retardant chemicals can find their way into your blood. An estimated 90% of Americans now have flame retardant chemicals in their bodies as result. Ultimately, these chemicals can negatively impact your health.
Since a third of our life is spent sleeping, don’t you owe it to yourself and your family to make sure that time is spent in total chemical-free comfort?
There are naturally flame-retardant bedding choices…
What Can You Do?
Unfortunately, most bedding choices available to you are synthetic – which can impact the health of you and your family. Not only that, synthetic bedding has a higher risk of encountering dust mites and other bugs than the options I prefer.
I have devised an ideal solution to combat this problem, while providing a comfortable solution. That solution is silk. It:
- Is an extremely breathable material. Silk wicks away moisture from sweat, which in turn, keeps you cool and comfortable. It’s an ideal choice for anyone who suffers from night sweats or hot flashes
- Is a naturally draping fabric that gently envelops your body, eliminating air pockets, thereby, containing body heat better, keeping you warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer
- Is naturally hypoallergenic
- Repels dust mites, mold, and fungus
- Naturally fire retardant
A Long and Lavish History
Silk has been around for an impressive 3000 years. Legend has it that silk was discovered in 27th century BC by a Chinese empress.
Besides garments, silk has historically been used for fishing line, bowstrings, musical instruments, and paper.
For years, silk was exclusive to royalty, and was sold for its weight in gold during Roman times. Today, silk is still coveted for its elegance, versatility, and is considerably more available and affordable. Traditionally highly valued for apparel, silk is now the fabric of choice for home furnishings, drapes, carpets… and bedding.
Smooth as Silk and Tough as Steel
These are a few of the misconceptions about silk:
“Silk is too delicate!”
But you may not realize that silk is actually the strongest of natural fibers. Each silk fiber is tougher than a comparable amount of steel, making silk both luxurious and incredibly strong.
“Silk is too difficult to care for!”
Silk is machine washable in cold water and can be dried on the low cycle.
Better yet, since silk won’t retain body odor, frequent washing isn’t required.
Silk: it’s strong and easy to care for!
Not many other fabrics can say that.
What’s Cool in the Summer, Warm in the Winter, Naturally Hypoallergenic, and Extremely Comfortable?
Silk, of course!
When it comes to a comfortable night’s sleep, my silk-filled bedding is in a class by itself. I’m proud to say it’s certified asthma and allergy friendly™ by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America™.
This means that silk bedding is a perfect choice for people suffering from asthma and from certain types of allergies such as dust mites. Silk repels dust mites, mold, and fungi.
Besides the luxurious feel of silk-filled bedding set can offer your body, it also:
- Is good for your skin – Silk naturally hydrates and moisturizes your skin
- Can help reduce the amount of split ends and help reduce “bed head issues.”
- Maintains its loft so you don't have to continually readjust your blanket.
A good night’s sleep doesn’t get much better than this!
You deserve to experience the full benefits of what a clean, luxurious, and comfortable sleeping environment feels like.
And with my silk-filled bedding, that’s what you’ll get.
I’m sure after one night of sleep on my silk-filled bedding, you’ll never want to sleep in traditional bedding again.
Hurry and order yours while supplies last.